Corrado Hall



Hall Stats

Hall Type: Coed

Eligibility: All class years

Total Rooms: 82

Floors: 3

Elevator: Yes

Air Conditioning: Yes

Room Types: Double, Triple

Break Period: Closed for Christmas break


Hall Staff

Hall Director: Ali Quinn

Assistant Hall Director: Keri Donelson

Pastoral Resident: Fr. Jim Gallagher, CSC


Life in Corrado Hall

Hall Motto: Individually Unique. Together Complete.

Hall Mascot: Clarence the bear

Signature Events:

  • Midnight barbecues
  • Hall Olympics
  • Movie nights
  • Winter and spring banquets

Hall Mass: Mondays at 10:10 p.m.

Spiritual Formation:

  • Corrado's hall retreat is in September, when students have the opportunity to get away for a weekend and connect with some of the people they will be sharing the year with.
  • Corrado's pastoral resident hosts a weekly Bible study.

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History

Corrado Hall is named for its benefactors, Albert Corrado '55 and his wife, Susanne. The three-story hall, with 82 rooms, was built in 1998. The hall boasts a chapel, floor lounges, a south portico, views of the Willamette River, and all the amenities of a state-of-the-art residence hall. When Corrado Hall was built, it was the first new student residence on campus in more than 30 years, and the first coed residence hall on the northwest side of campus.


Room Layout

What is the average size of a Corrado Hall room?
Double rooms in Corrado Hall are configured differently depending on which side of the building they are on, but a typical double room is approximately 157 square feet. There are three triple rooms in the building, which are approximately 242 square feet.

How is a double room in Corrado Hall laid out?
We advise that beds be bunked or lofted, as configuration options are limited; wardrobes and desks are moveable. Rooms are carpeted.

View of Corrado double room

View of Corrado triple room

Contact

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